Nexans Cabling SolutionsTraining Catalogue
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 ...
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Training catalogue 3 2

  1. 1. Nexans Cabling SolutionsTraining Catalogue
  2. 2. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 2/12
  3. 3. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 3/12Introduction,"The transmission quality of a cabling installation depends on the cabling system used,as well as the installation itself."Nexans Cabling Solutions has elaborated its training program. Trainings are given atthe Competence Centre in Brussels, as well as on demand at your premises worldwideor in our Local Training centres in different regions.No matter what your level is, well find the best training program meeting all of yourneeds. The LAN technology evolution requires a wide and varied range of skills. Notwo projects are the same and our partners position is important in this business. Theaim is to find the synergy between your needs and our training program.In order to make this "level training" program possible, the trainings have been dividedinto different modules which are all addressing different topics aimed at differentpeople. Installers Project Managers Designers, Consultants and Architects Commercial Staff that would like to improve their sales techniques End Users Anybody involved in cabling that would like to improve his knowledge and skillsin this domain.Trainees can obtain a "Nexans Cabling Solutions Supervisor certification" when theysucceed in the 3-day Expert training.It is clear that a new VAR, Distributor, or Certified Solutions Partner will be required tohave their staff succeed in the Expert training. If the new partner has no experience it isrecommended that he will first attend the full Expert training. If the partner hasprevious experience, he can follow a tailored Expert training.
  4. 4. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 4/12Training Modules OverviewCommercialModule 3 Nexans Copper Cabling Solutions * 7Module 8 Nexans Optical Fibre Cabling Solutions * 9Expert KnowledgeModule 1 Premises Cabling Standards * 6Module 2 Parameters for Copper Cabling * 6Module 4 Installation Rules and Guidelines * 7Module 7 Optical Fibre Theory and Principles * 9Hands-onModule 5 Installation Practice & Testing Class D-E-EA Links * 8Module 6 Installation Practice & Testing Class F-FA Links 8Module 9 Fibre Installation Practice with Direct Termination 10Module 10 Fibre Installation Practice on Fusion Splicing 10Module 11 Testing Optical Fibre Links * 11* Modules part of the 3 Day Supervisor/Expert Training ProgramTo apply for training, please contact your local Nexans sales representative oralain.geypens@nexans.com.
  5. 5. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 5/12
  6. 6. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 6/12Training modules1 Premises Cabling StandardsContains:Standardization update: - Comparison of the different norms- What, Why, impact on cabling- ISO/IEC 11801, Cenelec 50173,EIA/TIA 568-A/B/C- Categories versus Class performances- Configuration model- EvolutionHorizontal channel design: - 2, 3 and 4 connector channels- Length calculation of a channelHorizontal & Vertical Signal routing: - Voice Signal routing for Analog, Digital or VoIP- Data Signal routing Copper and Fibre- Entrance facilitiesTime required: 4:00hThis module enables you to: Understand requirements and philosophy of the Premises Cabling System Standards Identify components in a structured cabling system Identify vertical and horizontal routing of data and voice signals. Calculate maximum distances for horizontal channels Define requirements for a Structured Cabling System on Campus, Riser and Horizontal links.Prerequisites: none2 Parameters for Copper CablingContains:Technical ParametersMegabits versus MegahertzData applications: Ethernet, Token Ring, Fast Ethernet, ATM,Gigabit Ethernet, Encoding systemsIL, NEXT, ACR-NPS specs, FEXT, ACR-F, RL, NVP, Delay SkewAlien crosstalk parameters, SNRCoupling attenuationTheir influence on cabling installation practicesTime required: 2:00hThis module enables you to: Analyse Test results Identify errors in a copper link Create high performance copper linksPrerequisites: Knowledge of Standards on Copper Cabling
  7. 7. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 7/123 Nexans Copper Cabling SolutionsContains:Product updateWhy Systems?LANmark 5/6/6a and 7/7a SystemsGG45 Cat 7, Cat 7aWhen and how to use each Cabling System Class?The Nexans Warranty ProgramStructural HardwareServicesTime required: 4:00hThis module enables you to: Identify each component in the copper product range Select a Cabling System according to the end-users needs Discover unique features of the Nexans Cabling System Products Be more competitive in the marketPrerequisites: Knowledge of Standards on Copper Cabling4 Installation Rules and GuidelinesContains:Indoor cablingOutdoor cablingProtective and Functional Earth- Safety versus EMC- Requirements for correct EarthingAdministration and documentation- Master cable schedule- Floor distributor Cable schedule- Building cabling plans- Cabinet Layout- Nexans Visio TemplatesTime required: 2:00hThis module enables you to: Acquire basics on installation practices Apply installation rules and guidelines during design Create professional administration documents Understand requirements from Standards on installation practices Increase performance in a cabling systemPrerequisites: Knowledge of Standards on Copper Cabling
  8. 8. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 8/125 Installation Practice & Testing Class D-E-EA LinksContains:Termination of UTP, F1TP, F²TP, S-FTP, STP copper cablesHow to build high performance Class D, Class E and Class EaLinksInstallation practices for 2, 3 & 4 Connector linksLANmark EVO screened and unscreened:- Snap-in terminationEarthing/screeningTesting:- Using Certified Level III/IV testers- Testing 2, 3 and 4 connector links- Calibration, Firmware, Testing limits- Analyses of the test results- TroubleshootingTime required: 2:00hThis module enables you to: Create high performance copper links Decrease installation times Testing Class D, E and Ea links according to the Standards Solve problems of failing linksPrerequisites: Knowledge of Cabling Installation Rules and Copper Cabling Parameters6 Installation Practice GG45 & Testing Class F-FA LinksContains:Termination of LANmark-7 & 7A STP copper cablesGG45 termination practiceEasy termination tool2, 3 & 4 Connector linksTesting:Using Certified Level IV (Cat 7) testersTesting 2, 3 and 4 connector linksCalibration, Firmware, Testing limitsAnalyses of the test resultsTroubleshootingTime required: 4:00hThis module enables you to: Create high performance CLASS FA copper links Decrease installation time Test Class F and FA links according to the Standards Solve problems of failing linksPrerequisites: Knowledge of Cabling Installation Rules and Copper Cabling Parameters
  9. 9. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 9/127 Optical Fibre Theory and PrinciplesContains:Theoretical IntroductionFiber Construction, Fiber typesOptical windows, Refractive indexMultimode versus SinglemodeStep Index, Dispersion and Graded indexOptical Transmitters:- LED, VCSEL, LASER- Launch conditionsTransmission characteristics:- Attenuation- Bandwidth, dip, maximum link lengthAdvantages of Optical FibreFibre Termination optionsTime required: 2:00hThis module enables you to: Identify Fibre types Consider Length restrictions during design Identify Components of an optical fibre link Define Optical Fibre cabling requirementsPrerequisites: none8 Nexans Optical Fibre Cabling SolutionsContains:LANmark-OF Fibre typesApplication to Length implicationCable constructions:- Outdoor- IndoorModular patch panels, Snap-in CouplersOptical Fibre Termination products:- Splicing / Direct ConnectorisationPatch cordsPre-terminated FibreMPOUpgrade path to 40Gbit/100GbitThe Nexans Warranty ProgramTime required: 4:00hThis module enables you to: Identify each component in the Optical Fibre product range Select a Cabling System according to the end-users needs Discover unique features of the Nexans Cabling System Products Be more competitive in the marketPrerequisites: Knowledge of Standards on Optical Fibre Cabling
  10. 10. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 10/129 Fibre Installation Practice on Direct TerminationContains:Fibre Installation PracticeRecommendations to maintain Duplex OF Channel PolarityPatchpanel & Zone Distributionbox:- Anaerobic Connectorisation- ST, SC, LC on 900μ Fibres- ST, SC, LC on 2 or 3mm Patchcable- Hotmelt connectorisation- ST, SC on 900μ Fibres- ST, SC on 3mm PatchcableTime required: 4:00hThis module enables you to: Identify each component in the Optical Fibre product range Maintain Duplex OF Channel Polarity Create high performance Fibre links Decrease installation times TroubleshootPrerequisites: Knowledge of Fibre Theory and principles10 Fibre Installation Practice on Fusion SplicingContains:Fibre Installation PracticeRecommendations to maintain Duplex OF ChannelPolarityFusion Splicing MethodsPatchpanel & Zone Distributionbox:- Organisation of fibres in Splicetrays- Protecting splices:- Metallic- 250μ fibres- Heatshrink- 250μ & 900μ FibresTime required: 4:00hThis module enables you to: Identify each component in the Optical Fibre product range Maintain Duplex OF Channel Polarity Create high performance Fibre links Decrease installation times TroubleshootPrerequisites: Knowledge of Standards on Optical Fibre Cabling
  11. 11. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 11/1211 Testing Optical Fibre LinksContains:ParametersCauses of AttenuationOptical Budget calculationCleaning PracticesOptical Fibre MeasurementMicroscopePower Meter Types- Power meter principle- Setting Reference- Analysing resultsOTDR- Optical Time Domain Reflectometry principles- Dead zones- Connections and splices- Analysing resultsTime required: 4:00hThis module enables you to: Identify each component in the Optical Fibre link Test Optical Fibre links according to the Standards Solve problems of failing links Implementing correct cleaning practices Certify InstallationsPrerequisites: Knowledge of Standards on Optical Fibre Cabling and Fibre Theory
  12. 12. Nexans Cabling Solutions - Alsembergsesteenweg 2 b3 - B-1501 Buizingen - BelgiumTel: + 32 (0)2 363 38 00 - Fax: + 32 (0)2 365 09 99March 2012 version 3.2 12/12France Belgium UKRue Mozart, 4-10 Alsembergsesteenweg 2, b3 2 Faraday Office Park92587 Clichy CEDEX 1501 Buizingen Faraday RoadBasingstoke RG24 8QGTel +33 (0)1 56 69 84 00 Tel +32 (0)2 363 38 00 Tel +44 (0) 845 2300 488Fax +33 (0)1 56 69 86 38 Fax +32 (0)2 365 09 99 Fax +44 (0) 1256 486650

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